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R-Grand Forks,Participating employees have a separation date of no later than April 30, ”His time at the UN was also remarkable for his role in ensuring stability of democratic governments in Africa and intervention in conflict resolution around the world aimed at achieving world peace. or in many ways more tolerant, Donald Trump Jr. at an NRA meeting in May 2016The Washington Post reported earlier this year that she was spotted at an inaugural ball when Trump was sworn into office last January part of a group of Russians whose presence at Trump’s celebration drew the attention of the FBIOn Monday prosecutors said Butina sent a senior Russian government official a photo of herself near the US Capitol on Inauguration Day"You’re a daredevil girl" the official responded according to the court filingIn addition to apparent ties to the Russian government the court filing alleges that Butina had ties to "wealthy businessmen in the Russian oligarchy"Prosecutors state that her Twitter messages chat logs and emails referred to a Russian businessman "with deep ties to the Russian Presidential Administration" that this unnamed person often travels to the United States and has been referred to as her "funder" in Butina’s correspondenceAlso in 2014 Butina engaged in text messages with a different wealthy Russian businessman concerning budgets for her trip to America and meetings with her "funder" Kenerson wroteThose officials were not identifiedProsecutors have said Butina’s main Russian contact was a high level government official who matches the description of Alexander Torshin a Russian central banker and former senator from Putin’s partyIn direct messages exchanged through Twitter prosecutors said she and Torshin agreed that she could only operate in secret "Only incognito" she wrote in one message in October 2016 In a note in March 2017 Torshin wrote "You have upstaged Anna Chapman" a reference to a well-known Russian spy who had lived freely in the United State for years before her 2010 arrestShe was assisted in her efforts to make contact with influential Americans by South Dakota political operative Paul Erickson a political consultant from South Dakota who once helped run Pat Buchanan’s presidential campaign and whom Butina met after hosting him and other American gun enthusiasts in Russia in 2013They formed a "personal relationship" prosecutors said but the 29-year-old expressed disdain" about having to live with 56-year-old EricksonStill prosecutors said Wednesday that Butina had plotted with Erickson how she should manage visas to remain in the United States They also surveilled Butina and Erickson entering a Washington bank last week and sending a $3500 wire transfer to Russia and then on Saturday inquiring at a U-Haul facility about renting a truck and purchasing moving boxesAnd they alleged that Erickson would help Butina "complete her academic assignments by editing papers and answering exam questions" They said her relationship with Erickson was "duplicitous" and her attendence at American University a mere "cover"Erickson did not respond to requests for commentIn an email in 2017 Butina told The Post that Erickson was "one of my friends and political mentors" She said he had helped her form a consulting company in South Dakota called Bridges LLC which she had intended to use to pay for her studies But she said she ultimately found "financial aid" and the company was inactiveAn American University spokesman who has confirmed Butina received a master’s degree this year declined to comment but pointed to a university policy that allows the school to revoke the degrees if an internal investigation finds a former student engaged in academic misconduct—This article was written by Tom Jackman and Karen DeYoung both are reporters for The Washington PostDayton lashed out at Bakk last week after the senator succeeded in passing an amendment to delay raises the governor gave his Cabinet membersMonday the first time Bakk talked to Capitol reporters since Dayton revealed he no longer trusts Bakk the majority leader said that he was surprised at the governor’s reaction to the amendment as well as what brought up the dispute in the first place"I knew nothing about the pay raises until I read it in the paper" Bakk saidA state law change in 2013 gave the governor authority to give commissioners raises without legislative approval but requires him to notify legislators within a monthThe dispute between the Capitol’s top two Democrats is rare but not unique Bakk said "This is not the first skirmish between legislative leaders and the governor"The senator said he does not view Dayton’s attack last week as personal"What I learned long ago . is never let disputes become personal" Bakk D-Cook said "There always is another issue to try to work through After one disagreement you need to try to find common ground"Bakk said that his people have talked to Dayton’s people in trying to make peace "If I was going to make a guess I would guess we will have a conversation this week" Bakk said of he and DaytonThe governor told some reporters Monday that he expects the two to work things outDayton decided to give his commissioners raises effective when he was sworn into a second term Jan 5 but most people outside of the governor’s office and top administrators knew nothing about it until nearly a month laterBakk on Thursday offered his amendment to a bill providing urgent funding to several agencies through June 30 The amendment would delay raises until July 1 to give legislators time to study whether the pay jumps of up to $35000 a year are justifiedBakk told reporters Monday that the raises may be fine but he said that things may have gone smoother had Dayton not given such large increases at one timeAs to Dayton’s comment that Bakk backstabbed him the senator said he laid out several options senators could consider to deal with the pay raises one of which was his amendment that gained all but two senators’ votes Senate Minority Leader David Hann R-Eden Prairie appeared happy with the Bakk-Dayton rift and tried to focus conversation on what he calls the governor’s placing big pay raises for his commissioners above other financial needs of the state"It seems odd to me that the governor would choose this issue to define the session" Hann said of Dayton awarding $830000 in more payThe House meanwhile could take a vote Thursday on a bill with its own reaction to commissioner pay raises That measure subtracts $40000 from three state agencies the amount of raises commissioners in those agencies would receive by June 30House Speaker Kurt Daudt R-Crown said he has talked to Bakk Dayton and House Minority Leader Paul Thissen D-Minneapolis about the issue but he does not know how the provision will look once it reaches the full House "We can do just about anything"While he said that Republicans would like to stop the pay raises and restore legislative oversight to commissioner raises some things may need to wait until later in the legislative session"We didn’t ask for this" Daudt said "The Senate put the amendment on the bill and now we have to deal with it"Daudt said among questions that need answers is whether other workers’ salaries in state agencies are tied to commissioner pay and thus would increase state spendingHann said he suggests that the House pass the Senate bill with the Bakk amendment a measure Dayton has said he would vetoIn the meantime Senate committee chairmen have delayed some hearings on confirming Dayton’s choices for commissioners until the flap blows over However Bakk said those hearings need to come soon since after a Feb 27 budget report legislators’ attention will focus almost solely on passing a two-year state budget they learned Butina "was in contact with officials believed to be Russian intelligence operatives. the team split off in groups, a revised list of 46 non-career ambassadorial nominees for confirmation.
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